Barefoot Doctor's Psychology of Fear

              

What is fear?

Real Fear

Being physically hurt, loud noise (indicates danger, shocks you, damages the body), fear of the unknown, fear of death – underscores all other fears, fear of oblivion/the void, the Tao. 

We are ultimately afraid of the Tao. 

Fear Is A Constant 

Because the scale of existence is so infinitely vast, we cannot help but be in awe/dread/fear of it.

 Fear is not your enemy, it’s your friend.

 Fear was originally the response to life-threatening danger – it kept us alive. This energy is still running in us.

Life comprises fear – the two are inseparable – being afraid is part of being alive – fear is healthy.

 We have defaulted to living in the anxiety state as our general way.

 The key to being fully energised to optimise the adventure of being alive is to acknowledge, accept, embrace & then harness the real fear.

 What-ifs 

We create horror movies in our heads. We confuse the filter with reality. We grow scared of what we’re seeing in our heads. We tire out our adrenal glands with our internal atmosphere of nervousness, afraid of things which don’t exist.

 Anxiety

 The force of fear with nowhere to go finds its expression in anxiety. Anxiety is one of the main negative drivers of human culture. Anxiety is manufactured fear – we’re afraid of something we’ve imagined. Anxiety causes the release of cortisol which is addictive – stress becomes a habit – you become afraid of life.


Taoist methodology

How the mind moves energy, how the energy moves the body, how that affects how others are with you.

 The symbiotic relationship of the complex of experience to the background presence, the sub-atomic realm, the Tao.

 By learning to flow with the Tao, the Great Way, you’re also able to influence it – inserting an intention for an outcome – Wu Wei.

 I show you how to do this with a series of nine audios, accompanied by nine comprehensive companion notes.

 Join me and learn what fear really is and  how to manage it.
Love, BD





The training

  • 1
    Psychology of Fear Introduction
    • Introduction
  • 2
    Psychology of Fear Training videos
    • Session 1
    • Session 1 Companion Notes
    • Session 2
    • Session 2 Companion Notes
    • Session 3 audio
    • Session 3 Companion Notes
    • Session 4 audio
    • Session 4 Companion Notes
    • Session 5 audio
    • Session 5 Companion Notes
    • Session 6 audio
    • Session 6 Companion Notes
    • Session 7 audio
    • Session 7 Companion Notes
    • Session 8 audio
    • Session 8 Companion Notes
    • Session 9 audio
    • Session 9 Companion Notes

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